This site gives students the opportunity to file a confidential report regarding an incident that has taken place.

A confidential report provides the College with information regarding an incident but cannot result in an investigation without detailed information.

Reports, other than Title IX:  Anonymous reports submitted that are not covered in the Title IX:  Sexual Misconduct Policy are reviewed by the Title IX Coordinator/Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students and are referred to the appropriate office.  When the anonymous report alleges violation of the Student Code of Conduct or other College policy if sufficient information is provided, the case may be forwarded for investigation and adjudication under the Student Conduct Procedures.  Reports that do not include sufficient information to be investigated are kept in the Student Affairs Office and may be referred to if the incident is reported through other means.

Title IX- Sexual Misconduct Policy Cases:  The Title IX Coordinator, in cases where enough information exists, can forward the information to the Title IX investigators, hearing officer and appeal officers for investigation and adjudication.  When there is not enough information for an investigation to commence the information will be kept by the Title IX Coordinator and the report will be recorded in the Title IX statistics without information to identify the reporter or accused. 

There are on and off campus resources available to students and employees for support in reporting and counseling for victims and students accused of violating the Sexual Misconduct/Title IX policy.

The Sexual Misconduct Policy is published in the Student Handbook on pages 163 to 180. Download the Student Handbook.

There are on and off campus resources available to students and employees for support in reporting and counseling for victims and students accused of violating the Sexual Misconduct/Title IX policy.

Resources:

See the Sexual Misconduct Policy in the Student Handbook Pages 179-180. Download the Student Handbook. 

For alleged offenses of Sexual Misconduct/Title IX the Title IX Coordinators are available for consultation. The Title IX Coordinators are:

  • Title IX Coordinator: Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students: Mr. Robert McGonigle, Office: John Lane C.S.C. House, 166 North Franklin Street, telephone number: 570.208.5875, email address: rbmcgoni@kings.edu.

This form is not to be used to report emergencies. For emergency assistance, please contact the College switchboard (24 hours, everyday) at 570.208.5900 for Campus Security staff or the Student Affairs professional on call (During the fall and spring semesters excluding holidays/vacation periods) or 911 for the Wilkes-Barre Police, Fire/EMS.

If you would like to talk with a Confidential Advisor, acting within the professional standards of their profession, please contact the Counseling Center telephone 570.208.5873, Mr. Brian Cook at briancook@kings.edu or Mrs. Tina Arendash, at tinaarendash@kings.edu or Campus Ministry, Fr. Thomas Looney, C.S.C., College Chaplain at 570.208.5890 or 570.208.5836 or thomaslooney@kings.edu. These offices are available during normal college business hours.                                                                   

Confidential Report

Prior to submitting this report, please read carefully the instructions above.  Please complete each item as you feel comfortable.

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IF YOU WOULD LIKE FOLLOW UP TO YOUR REPORT, PLEASE SUPPLY YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION:

This report will be forwarded to the Dean of Students Office and viewed during the next business day.  The office will not know the source of the report unless you provide your contact information.  The Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students may consult with other professionals on campus in a confidential manner.